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Political War: Between Bianca Ojukwu, Ifeanyi Ubah
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Bianca Ojukwu, Wife of Biafra Leader Biafra leader, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu’s is at war with Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah of Capital Oil and Gas. The duo who are members of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) are fighting over who picks the party ticket to represent Anambra South Senatorial District at the Senate.

Bianca who has already made her intention known to run for the Senate office is reported to have said; “Our people have suffered. A lot of graduates engage in meager jobs for want of employment. Traders suffer at customs offices. Igbos are suffering and that is why we are insisting on a restructured nation. We need a different type of representation, of showcasing what we can do for the people. We can’t remain where we are. The role of a senator is not only legislative but also oversight.”

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“Evil prevails because good men do nothing. To sit back and be an armchair critic is not good enough. I have been part of the party from the genesis, and have been part of several committees that saw to the sustenance of the party. The blood of this party runs in my veins.”


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